Dynamic Dads Week
Calling all daddies, mummies, brothers or sisters... to celebrate Fathers Day on Sunday 21st of June we are setting you a challenge.
With your child and using any construction equipment of your choosing, can you build something truly awesome? You can use anything!
Please tweet your amazing work.
Good luck everybody and lets see how creative you guys can be!
Watch this space for information about our virtual sports day!
Have a little go at long jumps, throwing bean bags into a bucket and completing egg and spoon races.
Remember practice makes perfect!
Go go go!
Follow us on twitter and share your fantastic learning @MrsSkinner @MissDuhig @MissHughes
Dear Foundation Parents,
We want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their kind words and messages over the last few weeks. It has been an emotional time for us all. We are incredibly proud of all of the children and want to continue to support you all at home. As Early Years Practitioners we believe in broad and balanced curriculum that continues to be supported through play. We will be providing a daily learning choice based on our Early Years curriculum. By the end of the week the children will have engaged in all the areas of learning. Hopefully the website will be back up and running for you to do this, in the meantime continue to check your emails. If you are unable to access this via the website you will be able to collect a copy of the weekly learning from the school office.
A little message for our favourite little people:
Remember, you are really good at pouring drinks and drinks for other people, sometimes there may be a little spillage but you are able to clean it up. You can prepare your own snacks, you love washing up especially after snack time! You can all get dressed by yourself- sometimes clothes end up back to front but that doesn't matter! You can read your own name, and now you can write it. You love books, you love to read and love to listen. You really enjoy singing and using instruments - you can now make instruments in home! You are able to go to the toilet by yourself and you are really good at washing hands! Remember to sing Happy Birthday! You all have awesome manners and can say please and thank you. You love to help with the cooking and baking cakes, now you can grow your own vegetables! You are all really good at listening and always turn your listening ears on so you can follow instructions. You can count and always know how to share fairly. You have all learnt how to take turns and share toys.
If you tell your grown up all of these things then they will know just how super clever you are. A huge well done to our Foundation Children and keep up the good work whilst you are at home. We can't wait to be back in school, having fun and making memories.
Take care and see you soon,
Mrs Skinner, Miss Duhig and Miss Hughes
End of year expectations
These websites are used in class to support the children's learning & development and are a great way to support teaching your child.